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Extending your property with a stylish orangery or garden room can be simple and straight forward as generally no planning permission is needed.
How often have you seen a beautiful orangery lit up at night and not been envious of the stylish extra living space?
An orangery can give you a luxurious dining room in which to entertain by candlelight, an airy garden room in the daytime, a useful working study, or if you have little ones around the house, the additional space can become a bright and buzzing playroom.
Many people think of orangeries as a more substantial version of the traditional conservatory – and they would be right. There is more brickwork showing in an orangery so it seems more solid and room-like, while natural daylight still floods in from the self-cleaning solar controlled glazed roof and windows.
But, what many people don’t realise is that generally they don’t need planning permission or any special building regulations to extend in this way.
While orangeries have become synonymous with luxury country homes, the latest contemporary bespoke designs are just as at home in the suburbs as they are in the country.
At Clearview Home Improvements they have really caught on to the orangery phenomenon – appreciating exactly why people aspire to this extra living space.
With many years experience, the team at Clearview has devised some fabulous showroom displays for you to see exactly what can be achieved.
Half the wall area of an orangery can be in brickwork and what’s more, interiors can be designed with unique internal lighting pelmets for soft low voltage down-lighters which can be used in the evening to give a glowing, cosy atmosphere.
More affordable than a traditional extension, an orangery or conservatory can be a versatile and stylish living area and they tend to become the main feature of a home!
Clearview which showcases a whole range of orangeries and conservatories at their three outlets in Preston, Holmes Chapel and Warrington, also has state-of-the-art technology and innovations to offer customers.
One of the latest is coloured windows – sage green is a popular option giving the effect of a traditional orangery painted in the latest heritage colours – ideal for a home with a history, yet still maintenance free! This facility is also ideal when matching up colours to seamlessly blend with existing adjoining buildings.
And there is a range of new designs to see at the showrooms, including a contemporary atrium design – putting a modern twist into what is normally a traditional style roof.
While the team at Clearview Home Improvements has extensive experience in the conservatory business, orangeries now account for over half their trade – they will design and build and they also guarantee all work carried out under their customer charter.
As managing director John Beaty explains: “We stick to the building schedule religiously and keep customers informed every step of the way.”
Employing a team of around 60, Clearview has ensured all its sales executive are CAD (Computer Aided Design) trained, to enable them to show prospective customers exactly what their orangery or conservatory will look like.
Customer service is paramount at Clearview which has developed an interior design facility giving customers various options when their conservatory or orangery is built.
You can choose from a range of tiles, laminate flooring and lighting and the team can also advise on electrical wiring to accommodate flatscreen TVs and entertainment centres. Heating options can also be discussed along with various door and window options to ensure all-year round comfort.
No matter what style of property you have, be it traditional or contemporary, the team at Clearview will advise you on the best conservatory or orangery to suit your needs.
They are also able to supply other products – these include A-rated windows, aluminium bi-folding doors, modern composite doors and if you have a traditional property, they can supply sliding sash pvc windows.
So if you want to be inspired visit one of Clearview’s excellent showrooms and meet the team at Preston, Holmes Chapel or Warrington – or if you prefer freephone 0800 011 2400 and arrange for their experience designers to visit you and your home.
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